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Andrew Faulds (Andrew Matthew William Faulds)

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Biography

Isoko, Tanganyika
Faulds was born in Africa into a missionary family. He joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1948, but it was as a radio actor that he first became widely known, playing Jet Morgan in Charles Chilton's "Journey into Space" on the BBC. In 1959, he and his wife were among those providing hospitality for the black-listed Paul Robeson during the latter's season at Stratford. It was Robeson who, recognising his friend's deep anti-racist convictions, persuaded him to go into politics, thus starting Faulds' second career. Read more...

Actor

Character: Chief Assistant at Tailor Shop

The Million Pound Note 1954

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Character: Lieutenant, Grizedale

The One That Got Away 1957

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Character: Quaker preacher

The Charge of the Light Brigade 1968

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Character: Mounted Boer

Young Winston 1972

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Character: Canidius

Cleopatra 1963

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Character: Himself - Narrator

Chronicle 1966

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Character: Phalerus

Jason and the Argonauts 1963

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Character: Rangier

The Devils 1971

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